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costs for bryan stow. >>> and i'm here at the community center where san jose is looking for a new police chief. i'm have a couple of names for you coming up. >>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. jon kelley is off today. we begin in san francisco where the hospital that treated giants fan bryan stow for months after being beaten outside the stadium last year wants the dodgers to pay up. we have bob redell with more on this legal action. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, marla. we have just heard from the city tax collector's of bureau of revenue. they are filing this legal action. they confirm the city is going to go after the los angeles dodgers for reimbursement in the treatment of bryan stow. the giants fan who was severely beaten outside of a dodgers game. to help pay for the four months of care it treated stow's injury. the city attorneys have asked a bankruptcy judge to add san francisco to those seeking damage from the team's insurer. this is a bankruptcy issue because the team filed chapter 11. this was a controversy. the city says this
tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. we begin with the news in the south bay. an all out manhunt in san jose. at this hour, one man is in custody and a $20,000 reward offered for information leading to the arrest of a second suspect. this following four robberies and homicide and officer-involved shooting. bob redell is live at city waha with the latest information after being briefed. quite a situation. >> reporter: along with the mayor's office. good morning, jon. the mayor's office has just upped the reward looking for the second man wanted in connection with the attempted murder of two police officers and the murder of an innocent civilian. police have also just released a sketch of the second suspect who is right now considered to be san jose's public enemy number one. to put an exclamation point on this. the assistant police chief along with mayor chuck reed and the city council participated in the joint news conference that ended an hour ago. the mayor will contribute $10,000 from his budget to raise the reward to $20,000 for information leading to the arrest of suspect number two. po
of the activity has been trending from north to south. still about 58 degrees here in san jose. you're already in the 60s in the city where the sun is breaking through. a mix of sun and clouds throughout the remainder of the day. sunset tonight at 6:10. it's going down so early. but as you know, we have a time change just around the corner. a little patchy fog on friday. widespread fog saturday. and settled weather, comfortable conditions, good-looking weekend. that's your tease. >> and the weekend is spectacular with that extra hour to sleep. >> that just makes everything better. >> see you in a minute. >>> she mentioned superstorm sandy. millions across the northeast are beginning another day without power. some surrounded by water. others with nowhere to call home. the daunting task of clean-up has begun but where do you start. nbc's danielle leigh is in toms river, new jersey, to see what is left. >> reporter: three days after sandy left the northeast in crisis, final lis signs of recovery. >> we're working together to make sure new jersey musee ahead. >> reporter: firefighters began movin
-fire agreement coming up in a few moments. first, new out of the south bay. a deadly hit-and-run in east san jose has police at this hour searching for answers. according to police, a man was hit by two vehicles after 6:00 a.m. while crossing alum rock avenue. we have bob redell on the scene this morning. he has more details on what is happening out there. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jon. we spoken with a local neighborhood group who does not think this was a fluke. thinks this latest fatality here at alum rock avenue is a symptom of the problems on the road. they are not surprised a person has been hit and killed. this is the third pedestrian to be hit and killed in east san jose. the ninth person when you take into account the entire city of east san jose. the man, that is all we know, was jay walking after 6:00 this morning while it was still dark out and most likely raining. he was attempting to cross alum rock and was 75 feet away from the nearest crosswalk when the car ran into him. the car did speed off and did not stop or return. the police are looking for the driver. it
on the maps for san jose. north 87. let me zoom into the area. north of 280. you have flooding reported. we had water across all lanes around julian after another flooding report at taylor through downtown san jose. that tied things up heading north through 87 in downtown in the last ten minutes when we started to see improvement. blue on the map shows ponding and puddling. let's show you more colors. flooding, 6 to 8 inches, south 280 at wood side. that was a tough drive. if you are heading out of area, the bridges are an issue. the weather and wind and rain through the area. tougher visibility through fairfield at times. then the changing colors west through east at yuba pass. you see the blue and pink. pink means ice. icy conditions on roads. that is a concern. chains are not necessarily required for 880. they are suggested. bring the changes or don't go. interstate 880, a slower drive into tahoe city with icy conditions. getting around tahoe heights. you have highway 50, that is where chains are required. the white on the map shows ice and heading up to south lake tahoe where you have w
of the hour, cristina loren is here in san jose outside the studio, with what happened and what is still to come, good morning, christina. >> hey, good morning to you, marla. we recontrolled roles, if you were on the summit earlier today and now, i'm live in san jose. san jose, you have not even felt the brunt of this storm. that is the case along the peninsula. it looks like the north face has been slammed the hardest. but what i can tell you about these shower, they are definitely steady and we're also getting very steady wind gusts from time to time making it hard to hold on to the umbrella. let's talk about where the showers are currently position and what's to come. right now, the front is primarily draped over the east bay and extends all the way southward to the santa cruz mountainses. i want to talk about some of the substantial wind gusts so far. as you may well know, this is now the windiest point of this storm system. 66 miles per hour, so far, clocked in el diablo la scatis, and 43 miles per hour. it's very unusual for san francisco to get wind gusts at 45 miles per hour and
there in san jose and san francisco. temperatures feeling like the 50s because of the winds we're expecting to pick up. you can meet our own marla tellez out there tonight in san jose. christmas in the park. we meet back here on cyber monday. the christmas tree will be all lit up. we are looking forward to that. as we head through the day, clear conditions prevail. it is beautiful out there. winds are picking up a touch. but not too much. we're not talking about really gusty winds. you don't have to tie down objects in your back yard. however, we are going to see the winds increase a touch as we head through tonight. it will add to the wind chill. 58 in san francisco. napa at 61 degrees. 36 earlier this morning. nice rebound. 65 for gilroy. 57 in santa cruz. part of the reason why is we are getting the dry northerly winds. when the winds are coming from the east/northeast, that pushes the marine layer out to sea. no fog in the city by the bay for today. these winds are going to continue to increase. right now, our strongest wind is in livermore. sustained at 14 miles per hour. high pressure
in san jose with more on both of the measures named "a." bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, marla. voters dropping off ballots in thing south bay must not only consider a sales tax increase on the state level, of course, i'm referring to 30 and 38, but also on the county level as well. if measure "a" is passed in santa clara county, it would raise sales tax to 8.5% for ten years. tying it for the third highest sales tax in the state. it would raise about $50 million annually. this would help restore services that have been cut in recent years like police and public safety and health care coverage and housing for people living on the streets. >> i voted in favor of the tax. i thought it was a small price to pay. it seemed like the purpose of the tax and where the money would go would be a good thing for the community. >> i say it is difficult to pay extra taxes. >> i think it's needed. i'm prepared to do my part. it's like dues paying members of a community. you want to see something happen. you pay your dues. >> reporter: i'm sure you recognize congress member mike honda. h
, everybody. thank you very much for joining us. i'm jon kelley. >>> and i'm marla tellez. san jose police are investigating a homicide. someone called 911 early this morning from a home on evangeline drive. this is near santa theresa and blossom avenue. police say they found a dead woman inside. >> init think they believed it might have been a medical emergency, but once they furthered their investigation they realized that it appeared to be a homicide situation. >> we do have a crew on the scene and we will bring you more information just as soon as it becomes available. this is the 41st homicide of the year in san jose compared to 39 at this time last year. >>> and other top story of the day, all that wet and cold weather out there. some places even seeing some freezing temperatures at this point. >> christina lauren joins us. is it going to be like this all weekend? >> it is going to be cold. we'll be done with the showers for the second half of the weekend. you can get out. >> little bit of sunshine. >> little bit of sunshine. we hit records. just about. you'll get those numbers tonig
>>> good morning. i'm bob redell. live here in san jose with new information on the man arrested for having a pipe bomb. the latest from police headquarters coming up. >>> and it's time to get out those umbrellas. yeah, that's right. the rain moving in. christina loren will be along to let us know how wet the bay area will get and how long it should last. >>> also, from the election to the fiscal cliff, the president jumping right back into the deep end trying to get a bipartisan deal done before january. we'll tell you where things stand this morning. the news at 11:00 starts now. >>> good morning and thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> and i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. at this hour right now, dark clouds hovering all around the bay area and that rain starting to come down in what's been nothing short of a roller coaster weather this week. started out with record temperatures, then down to some 30 degrees lower and then some rain. >> it's hard to believe it's all in the same week, just two days ago, 92 degrees in gilroy. now talking about 50s and a lot of r
. that includes san jose nurses. 1,500 nurses in the good samaritan and regional medical center taking part in a one-day strike. they have been negotiating since may. in the east bay, a strike planned for two hospitals. the nurses there fighting for similar issues. all of the hospitals have hired replacements. >>> a campbell father is speaking out over his son's death. rory pettiford was notified his son was killed at the 7/11 carjacking. he has been linked to suspects who have killed him and fired on officers chasing them. pettiford says this is violence beyond imagination. >> that nothing like this was even possible. >> police have arrested one of the suspects. his accomplice escaped and is on the run. investigators brought forward a $20,000 reward. >>> the city council will meet ton to talk about the chevron fire damage. chevron wants to replace the pipe with the alloy called nine chromium. stainless steel is more resistant to corrosion. that could bring delays to repair the refinery. >>> no private parts in public places. we have bob redell in san francisco with more on how this is goin
. what a nice day in store for us which has already begun. looking out at san jose. maybe some haze there. we will have a full look at the forecast with christina. the news at 11:00 starts now. >>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> and i'm jon kelley. we begin with decision 2012 and the race for the white house. yes, one more day to go. the candidates making the final push in six swing states. >> in 25 minutes, president obama will be holding a rally in ohio. earlier this morning, he was in madison, wisconsin for another rally telling voters there, quote, it's time to finish what we started. the president will wind up election day eve in iowa. >> and meantime mitt romney is in virginia drumming up support there. he will soon head out to the richest prize, that, of course, being ohio. whoever takes ohio has a better shot to lock up that 270 electoral votes needed to claim the presidency. that is when we find nbc bay area's tracie potts with the latest. >> reporter: pulling out all the stops, governor romney takes aim at president obama this morning. >> you know w
for up to $15,000 for any tips that lead to an arrest. >>> the trial of a san jose principal could go to the jury today. lin endron is on trial for failing to report abuses against children. she admitted she knew about parents concerns with the teacher. the teacher was later arrested and charged with committing lewd acts on five children. >>> the man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and tell the jury he has no regrets. nathan burris defending tcharge that he killed two at the san mateo toll plaza. yesterday, he admitted he was the shooter and he said he still feels hatred for the victims. burris will return to the stand on monday. if convicted, he would be eligible for the death penalty. >>> a bay area mother will wait several more weeks to find if a bone fragment belongs to her missing daughter. a lab in arizona is testing the bone to see if it belongs to machaela garrett. the fragment was found several weeks ago, but the test results have been delayed. authorities will not say why. hayward police say it could be weeks before the results are back. >>> people are still struggling
at the totals. we are talking about 6 inches in santa rosa. Ñ inches expected in napa. even in san jose, anytime we acquire anything over 1 inch of rain, it is significant. we could measure 2.5 inches. we want to make sure you are ready. you need to tie down the loose objects in your back yard. we will take you through the full forecast and time these systems out in a few minutes. back to you, marla. >>> thanks so much. now to the north bay where flooding is a concern. people are already getting ready for the big storm there. we have monty francis live with the details in san anselmo. >> reporter: marla, good morning. there is a trecreek in the cent of town which is known to flood. all morning long people are filling up the sand bags as they prepare for the storm. jeff owns a dry cleaning business in downtown san anselmo. memories of the last big flood are at the forefront of his mind. >> we had a foot of water in the store and all of my dry cleaning equipment was wet. >>. >> reporter: the last time it came close to flooding was in 2008. the flood has business owners thinking in 2005 when much o
today. she's been in custody since the december 30th incident in san jose's willow glen. she had pleaded not guilty. prosecutors say she attacked and kill yvonne kirk with a machete and then told police a man came and attacked both of them. she lived with kirk's daughter. today's hearing is at 2:00 at the santa clara county courthouse in san jose. >>> also this morning a court hearing for former school district leader standing accused of embezzling more than $100,000 to remodel his house. this morning, the court is looking into how timothy hanready will repay the portola valley school district. he used the money to personally remodel his house in woodside. >>> still ahead at 11:00, why republican leaders are accusing united nations ambassador susan rice of misleading the public about the deadly attack in benghazi. and how president obama is firing back. >>> and a family's home robbed of more than just their possessions. they were also ripped off of a very special friend. what they're doing to try and find their cute little puppy. >>> end of a very short era. we'll tell you about it in bu
with the fiscal reforms to try to get the city back on financial stability. >>> in san jose's district 10 johnny khamis beats robert braunstein to represent the blossom hill areas of san jose. khamis and braunstein were separated by one vote in the six-person primary. khamis pulled ahead in the general election. >>> there was a hotly contested race in oakland as well for the at large seat on the city council. the results show rebecca kaplan with 46% of the vote. but in order to win with ranked choice voting, kaplan had to reach more than 50%. this means a second round has to be counted. kaplan tells us she's very optimistic about her chances of winning. de la fuente says he's not ready to throw in the towel just yet. >> i served 20 years. we transformed the district and it's a better place. i'm good. you know, i feel good. i will continue working in oakland, so, you know, it's like it's not over until it's over, anyway. >> well, we're well ahead now in the returns so far. we're certainly continuing to watch and see them come in but we're feeling very good and i'm very, very grateful for all the
the first strike within the 77-year-old company. >>> a san jose family looking for answers after their loved one was shot and killed by palm springs police. he was a young marine and he was just back home from afghanistan. nbc bay area's jean elly has more. >> reporter: the american flag stands in front of the home today. the family is driving to palm strings to learn why the police shot and killed the marine. it happened in a downtown parking garage. police on bikes went to check out loud voices inside the lot. officers say they recognized the marine and his friend from an earlier run in with them, a drunken public incident. they ordered him to stop his car and when he drove off with one officer hanging out of the passenger side window and hit another officer, he fired. >> they made the statements from the officers involved and the evidence at the scene. we will have a better determination of what occurred and what led them to use their weapons. >> reporter: his friend was not hurt. police say they found a stolen phone and atm card in the car. he recently returned from a tour in afghanistan
california city. >>> and a live look outside spanning over the south bay. that is san jose. christina loren will tell you about the crisp day outside. the news at 11:00 starts right now. >>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i' i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. union city police investigating a bizary hiizarre death. a young man stuffed in a trash can. we have bob redell with more. >> reporter: good morning, jon. we know the lady who lives in the home behind me on tenth street made the discovery sunday morning at 11:00. as she took out the trash, she noticed a bin that wasn't hers. she found a man slouched, feet at the bottom and head at the top. she recognized him at 21-year-old joshua perez. a family friend whom she watched grow up as a kid and sometimes stayed at her house. she and other family members tried to wake him. he was unresponsive, but still alive, but arrived at the hospital and later died. >> he was a good uncle and good brother to me. he was a good son. he didn't deserve to be put in a trash can. he's not garbage. >> reporter: that's joshua's older sister who is sti
san jose. and a wet walk for anybody in los gatos dodging through the rain drops. for that and more, we have team coverage in place for the storm watch. mike is there with the traffic and then we have christina in the weather center tracking the rain. >> good morning. it was active this morning. we have a bit of a break right now before the heavyÑnlv rain in. let's take it to the radar and show you what we're tracking. for the most part, showers will continue to move up from the south and pushing to the north. you can see the sierra snowfall coming down. this system is coming from the south. it is packing moisture. what it is not packing is the frigid arctic air. this comes with the next system on late saturday and sunday. right now, we're tracking moderate activity. you see the red and yellow. it all breaks down like this. spotty showers for the rest of the day. heavy rain moves in tonight at 7:00 p.m. continuing through tomorrow morning as well. we will have partial clearing tomorrow. that will continue through 7:00 p.m. saturday. the second colder storm pushes through saturday.
saturated out there, downed trees could be more of a problem today and tomorrow. in san jose, crews there, they have the sandbags ready to roll. they've also checked all the city storm water pumps to make sure that they are in working order. for more on these coming storms, we check this with meteorologist christina loren. christina, i guess the question is, when should we expect storm number two? >> we have this unsettled pattern, jon and marla. we're already starting to see some prefrontal precipitation. want to start with this live picture over san jose although we're mostly dry in the south bay right now. you can see this camera has a shake to it. you can tell that a storm is rolling in. this is your brief break before the heavy rain returns. we'll time that out for you. what you will notice is we have very light showers moving from north to south at this point. that's going to continue to be the case throughout the next few hours. the bulk of the moisture doesn't arrive until tonight. winds are certainly picking up especially the areas closest to that front, wind gusts in excess of 4
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